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Published by the class of 1970 at Mount 
Wachusett Community College 



Editor: Leslie Dowd 



Co -Editor: Jeanne Gregoire 

DEDICATION 

Jan Bettez 
Karen Leonard 

DUMMY 

Allan Tkaczyk 
Christine LeBlanc 
Karen Leonard 
Karen Conlin 
Cliff Lupien 
Janice Kapacziewski 
Lorraine LeBlanc 

PROLOGUE 

Dave Chambers 
Cliff Lupien 
Jan Bettez 



Faculty Advisor: Robert H. Eaves 

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TYPING 
Jeanne Gregoire 



PHOTOGRAPHY 

Cliff Lupien 

Janice Kapacziewski 

Gary Schumann 
Paul McNamara 
John Fawcett 
Karen Conlin 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PROLOGUE 



PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 



DEAN'S MESSAGE 



DEDICATION 



APPRECIATION 



ADMINISTRATION 



FACULTY 



STAFF 



CLASS OF 1970 



Liberal Arts 
Business Administration 
General Studies 
Business Technology 
Secretarial 

Engineering Technology 
Public Communications 



HOMECOMING WEEKEND 

CHRISTMAS DANCE 

WINTER CARNIVAL 

HUMANITIES CLUB PRESENTATION 

BASKETBALL 

CHEERLEADERS 

FOREIGN STUDENTS 

THANK YOU, MR. EAVES 

CLASS PLAY 

CANDIDS 

WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN JUNIOR COLLEGES 
EPILOGUE 




PEOPLE AROUND 
THE MOUNT 





PROLOGUE 

The Prophet - Kahlil Gibran 
Your friend is your needs answered. 
He is your board and your fireside. 
For you come to him with your hunger, and 

you seek him for peace. 
When your friend speaks his mind you fear 

not the "nay" in your own mind, nor 

do you withhold the "ay." 
And when he is silent your heart ceases 

not to listen to his heart; 
For without words, in friendship, all thoughts, 

all desires, all expectations are born and 

shared, with joy that is unacclaimed. 
When you part from vour friend, y°u grieve not; 
For that which you love most in him may be 

clearer in his absence, as the mountain 

to the climber is clearer from the plain. 
And let there be no purpose in friendship 

save the deepening of the spirit. 
For love that seeks aught but the disclosure 

of its own mystery is not love but a net 

cast forth: and only the unprofitable is caught. 
And let your best be for vour friend. 
For what is your friend that you should seek 

him with hours to kill? 
Seek him always with hours to live. 
For it is his to fill vour need, but not vour 

emptiness. 
And in the sweetness of friendship let there be 

laughter, and sharing of pleasures. 
For in the dew of little things the heart finds 

its morning and is refreshed. 




Dr. Arthur F. Haley 
President 



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TELEPHONE: 632-1280 



OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



This note of congratulations is being written just at the turn of the 
calendar from the Sixties to the Seventies. And it compels one to glance 
back at what is known as the turbulent Sixties - a remarkable decade. 
You commenced your studies with us toward its end but nevertheless 
embody the spirit that resided in college students of this era. You are 
inquisitive, compassionate, demanding, bright as a dime and concerned 
not only with your community but the world! 

We at Mount Wachusett Community College could only hone these 
attributes as our resources allowed. But we are quite proud of you - 
for what you brought with you to the College and what you are taking 
with you as you leave. For we see quite clearly that we have changed 
and we see society changing through your leadership. You have a mar- 
velous contribution to make, one that is profoundly needed, and one that 
is truly positive. 

The road will not always be smooth, but it would be a privilege if 
we could serve with you in the pursuit of your causes. Let us help. 
Come back and visit the "Mount" often, and maintain this relationship. 

Sincerely yours , 



Arthur P. Haley ^ 



President 



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John P. Hogan 
Dean of Students 








TELEPHONE: 632-1280 



DEAN OF STUDENTS 



May 5, 1970 



Dear Graduates: 

This Yearbook will document another good year in 
the story of the college. It is the fifth year of publication 
along with our fifth graduating class. 

The students who worked on the early issues are 
now gone from our campus, leaving a heritage of pleasant memories 
that are evoked each time T open one of the books, fany of our 
former graduates return to renew acquaintances and to see the 
progress as we expand and develop. A yearbook becomes more 
treasured as the years go by and help to identify familiar faces 
no longer on the daily scene. 

The Class of 1970 has been a good one, and the two 
year period marked by achievement in the classroom, on the 
playing fields and courts, and much progress toward our new 
campus. I trust that the future will bring to each of you many 
of God's blessings and benefits, and that in some small way we 
have made a contribution to your future. 



Association, 
stream. 



Come back to see us often. Support your Alumni 
Bon voyage as you navigate the rapids of lifes 



Sincerely, 




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Dr. John H. Bassett 
Dean of Faculty 





Richard P. Jeffrey 
Dean of Administration 






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Charlotte A. Rahaim 
Guidance -Transfer 







Robert H. Eaves 
Admissions 




With a place to stand 
and the proper leverage, 





Rodger M. Lively 
Staff Assistant 




Carl F. Tammi 
Staff Assistant 



Armand Landry 
Registrar 





Mason T. Parker 
Librarian 



Faculty 





Appreciation 



You have given us the encouragement 

When everyone else has turned aside; 

You have made each and everyone of us feel wanted, 

If only for a brief moment, 

Yes, you are one who has given us 

the hope to persevere. 

So we, in appreciation, say 

"Thank you, Mr. Goldfader" 



Sidney Goldfader 




Division of Humanities 



Professor Samuel J. O'Neill, Chairman 
French 




'Well. . .hello, there! 



Miss Estelle Belisle 
French 








Mrs. Marie B. Bent 
Music 



Mr. Edward R. Croni 
English 





Assistant Professor Leah N. Knowlton 
English 



Mr. Michael N. Kressy 
English 



Gee, that's a tough question 





Assistant Professor Kenneth E. Marisseau 
English 




Associate Professor John H. Leamy, Jr. 
English 



Mr. Arthur E. Marley 
English 




Mr. Gordon L. Massingham 
English 




Assistant Professor 
Sylvia T. Miner 
English 



Miss Linda A. Novelli 
Developmental Reading 





Assistant Professor C. Robert Orr 
Speech 



Mrs. Jean C. Tandy 
Art 





Mr. tiugene G. Turcotte 
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Mr. Dario Valdes 
Spanish 





Professor 








Assistant Professor 


Richard H. Truxton, 








Raymond V. Coleman 


Chairman 


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Psychology, History 


History 




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Mr. William J. Dunn, Jr. 
Geography, History 





Assistant Professor 
Earl Morgan 
•iii Psychology 




| Miss Ann E. Dennett 
Sociology 





Assistant Professor Philip A. Leasure 
Human Relations, Sociology 




Associate Professor John O. McLaughlin 
Government, International Relations, History 



Miss Marie D. Strazar 
History 




Associate Professor Norman E. Tandy 
Psychology, Human Relations 



Assistant Professor Peter Trainor 
Sociology 




Professor Joseph B. Ruth, 

Chairman 

Business Mathematics, 

Accounting 



Mrs. Helen Lepkowski 
Secretarial 



Picture 

Not 
Available 





Associate Professor 
Lydia Carse 
Secretarial 



Assistant Professor 
John T. Awdycki 
Accounting 



Mr. Carl Lugbauer 
Merchandising 




Picture 

Not 
Available 



Toivo K. Maki 
Assistant Professor 
Data Processing 




Mrs. Ann Marie Lupien 
Secretarial 



Associate Professor 
George F. Murphy 
Principles of Accounting, 
Sales Management, 
Industrial Management 








Assistant Professor 
James B. O'Donnell 
Business Mathematics, 
Mp 0f Cost Accounting, 
Economics 




Assistant Professor 

O. Vincent Paliotti 
Economics 




Associate Professor 
Frances A. Pronski 
Secretarial « 



Mr. Charles G. Snow 

Business Mathematics, Accounting 



Mr. Robert F. Spohn 
Data Processing 



Mr. Carl F. Tammi 
Data Processing 






Assistant Professor Walter E. Ballou 
Biology, Physics 



Professor Leon S. Bedard, Chairman 
Mathematics 




Mister O'Brien. . .1 beg your pardon! 



Associate Professor Paul E. Drowne 
Mathematics, Calculus 



Assistant Professor Ellen E. Casey 
Mathematics 






Associate Professor Ottmar Eckardt 
Mechanics, Engineering Graphics 



Assistant Professor 

Paul R. Niemi 

Physics, Wood Technology 





Assistant Professor 
Theodore Filteau 
Biology 



Mr. Gerald R. O'Brien 
Physical Science 




Assistant Professor 
Herman Gelbwasser 
Chemistry, Physical Science 




Assistant Professor Edward H. Stevens 
Electronics 




You silly sauage! 



Mr. Michael Surgan 
Biology 




Clerical Staff 





Jane C. Burke 

Clerk, Evening/Summer Division 



Jeanette P. Burnysha'fski 

Secretary, Evening Summer Division 



Barbara F, Butler 

Sr. Clerk Typist, Business Office 



Ruth C. Dahir 

Secretary to the President 






Peggy B. Davenport 
Bookkeeper, Business Office 





Nancy A. Hudson 
Clerk Stenographer, 
Student Personnel 
Services 



Gueneth Morgan 

Stenographer, Downtown Campus 



Two dollars on "Sweet Prince' 
in the 5th at Aqueduct 





Eugenie A. Parnar 

Stenographer, Student Personnel Services 




Helen F. Reynolds 
Secretary to Dean of Student* 



Carolyn R. Zalewski 

Clerk Typist, Business Office 



Edith M. Sbrega 

Principal Clerk, Business Office 







Mary K. Starkey 
Library Assistant 



Judith A. Griffin 
Clerk Typist, Library 



Library Staff 




Holly A. Bevis 
Stenographer Library 



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Linda Oldach 
Assistant Librarian 




Percy M. Blanchard 



Custodians 




"If we set it to 
go off at noon. . ." 




Daniel F«. Beauregard 



John D. Neville 



Leo Bosselait 




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Mrs. Eleanor LaRoche, Mrs. Blanche A. 
Woodcome, Mrs. Mildred Lefebure, Mrs. 
Malfissa Noponen 



Cafeteria 



Bookstore 



T. V. Studio 



Lawrence Chapman 
Manager 



Picture 

Not 
Available 




Craig Bonner 
Technician 




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Class Officers 



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"It is a small school 

yet there are those who love it" 
Daniel Webster 



Liberal Arts 




Robert Hall, Student Council President 

Box 98 Cross Rd. 
Lunenburg 





Blanche Anderson 
Partridge Place 
Gardner 



Roger Bastarache 
71 Allen Street 
Gardner 





Barbara Brand 
19 Fletcher St. 
Ayer 



Donald Carlson 
County Road 
Ashby 




Jasper Chirco 
34 Franklin St. 
Leominster 




Sure it ain't Saturday? 



Karen Conlin 

73 Pawtucket Dr. 

Lowell 





George Cramm 
52 Central St. 
Gardner 




Cynthia Day 

Warwick 

Orange 




Deborah Dipaoli 
1 17 Lincoln Terr. 
Leominster 




BE HAPPY ! 





Leslie Dowd 
244 Hildreth St, 
Lowell 



Eleanor Gacek 
612 Bridge St. 
Lowell 





Jeanne Gregoire 
119 "State Street 
Berlin, N. H. 



Diane Haarala 
268 West Street 
Gardner 




Sharon Hanson 
37 Winslow St. 
Gardner 



Janice Kapacziewsk 
59 Harvard St. 
Gardner 




IS THAT ALL THERE IS 




Elizabeth Harper 
43 Sunnyhill Rd. 
Lunenburg 



Kenneth Jones 
89 Maverick St. 
Fitchburg 





Bruce Landry 
84 North Main St. 
Leominster 



Lorraine L. LeBlanc 
31 Grant St. 
Gardner 






Michelle LaPointe 
Route 101 
Petersham 




Janice Leger 
38 Columbus St. 
Fitchburg 




Harry M. Leonard, Jr, 
312 Wilder St. 
Lowell 



Janice Magliacane 
59 Chelsea St. 
Gardner 





Robert Mikrut 
Foster St. 
Littleton 



Michael McCormic 

Brandon 

Petersham 



Harry C. Miller 
5 Greenwood Terr. 
Athol 





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Annemarie Roy 
83 Euclid St. 







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160 Pleasant St. 
Lowe. 





Louis Spagnuola 
23 Winch Street 
Fitchburg 



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Barbara Spinney 
44 Atlantic St. 
Lowell 





Jayne Stevens 
Groton Road 
Dunstable 



Kent Strong 

1 184 Chestnut St. 

Athol 







Carole Touchette 
51 Peabody St. 
Gardner 




Elizabeth Whelpley 
47 Monadnock St. 
Athol 



Kathleen Walsh 
53 Pelley Street 
Gardner 




Gregory Watkevich 
128 Allen St. 
Athol 




Carol Wolosewicz 
76 Forest 
Lowell 



Business Administration 



Picture 

Not 
Available 



Steven Giacoppe, Student Council Rep, 

490 Wanoosnoc Road 

Fitchburg 




Marjorie Ford 
81 Church Street 
Gardner 




Dean Fleming 
31 Haynes Court 
Leominster 



Richard Gauthier 
87 W. Albert St. 
Lowell 



John Hawthorne 
49 Mountain Ave, 
Fitchburg 







Stephen Murray 
74 Hurd St. 
Fitchburg 



Michael Rayball 
29 Summit Ave. 
Latham, N Y. 




Donald Hirbour 
64 Hawthorne St. 
Lowell 




He's got to be kidding! 



General Studies 




John A. Balducci 
31 Railroad St. 
Fitchburg 




William Belliveau 
14 St. Cecilia 
Leominster 




Another Mount purse snatcher in 
action. But Super Sue to the rescue! 



Janice Bettez 

23 West End Ave. 

Gardner 



Robert Bettez 
86 Coburn Ave, 
Gardner 




Robert Bates 
92 Peabody St. 
Gardner 







Susan Blanchard 
Province Rd. 
Barnstead, N. H. 




Susan Boutell 

188 No. Orange Rd. 

Athol 



Phyllis Ann Buja 
88 Love well St. 
Gardner 




Thomas Burke 
21 Elizabeth St. 
Fitchburg 




Beverly Caron 
233 Clarendon St. 
Fitchburg 





Victoria Croteau 
98 Sylvan Avenue 
Leominster 



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Dorothy Cockroft 
14 Subway Avenue 
Chelmsford 



Rand Desrosiers 
15 Ridgecrest Rd. 
Jaffrey, N. H. 



Dean Contover 
1 1 Edson St. 
Lowell 





Peter Eisbrenner 
Hilltop Drive 
Sterling 



Kenneth Farnsworth 
Route 2 A Box 93 
Shirley 



Jeffrey Gagnon 
Slip Road 
Greenfield, N. H. 




Richard Griffin 
209 Leamy St, 
Gardner 




Mary Guichard 
2 Prescott St. 
Fitchburg 




Frederick Hamel 
273 Westford St. 
Lowell 



Arthur Hansen 
110 Billerica Road 
Chelmsford 





Nice Muscles, Frank 



Paul Harris 

9 Winslow Road 

Chelmsford 



Craig Hedstrom 
214 Merriam Ave. 
Leominster 




Michael Holohan 
77 Dillon St. 
Leominster 





Stephen Greeno 
186 Lowe Street 
Leominster 



Rita Jackson 
6 Church Street 
Gardner 




Victor Kiloski, Jr. 
282 Butman Road 
Lowell 



Peter Kari 
RFD #294 
Gardner 





Gerald F. Lajoie 
313 Parker Street 
Gardner 



Anna Lunetta 
55 Canton Street 
Fitchburs 






Richard Lupien 
40 Linden Street 
Winchendon 



Steven Marcinkus 
159 Baker Street 
Gardner 



Donald C. Masson 
1 8 Peters Drive 
Leominster 




Morgan McCarthy 
18 Warwick Road 
Gardner 




Mark McMonigle 
16 South Street 
Shirley 





Elaine Morin 
74 Forest Hill 
Fitchburg 




Walter Persson 
22 Kelley Ave. 
Fitchburs 



Eh. . .Terrific Hat 




Linda A. O'Leary 
560 Pleasant St. 
Gardner 




Allan E. Oily 
158 Hale Road 
Hubbardston 





Jennifer Rice 
Phoenix Street 
Shirley 





Dale Robichaud 
30 Elmwood Road 
Winchendon 



John Robichaud 
12 Birch Street 
Gardner* 



Francis Rocca 
48 Walker Street 
Leominster 



Laurie Richard 
19 Fifth Street 
Leominster 






Brenda Royer 
194 Florence 
Leominster 



William Schreiner 
24 Stratton Dr. 
Hudson 





Douglas Sidilau 

37 E. Dunstable Road 

Nashua, N. H. 



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Perry Sivert 
102 Beech Street 
Clinton 








Susan Tyler 
State Road 
Phillipston 



Rosalie Walkonen 
377 Central Street 
Wirichendon 



Ernest Woessner 
31 Westland Ave. 
Chelmsford 



Linda Woodruff 
83 Fairview Road 
Lunenberg 




David Zeliski 

44 Jeannette Street 

Firchburg 




Business Technology 




Carmella Lemmo 
36 Hamilton Street 
Leominster 




Francis R. Bergeron 
213 Spruce Street 
Leominster 



Patricia Chipman 
RFD #1 South Road 
Templeton 






Sarah Bernard 
25 Elmwood Ave. 
Fitchburg 



Luke Choquette 
26 Milk Street 
Fitchburg 





James Duprey 
51 Milk Street 
Fitchburg 



Philip Cote 
243 West Street 
Gardner 




Robert Davis 

30 Lincoln Street 

Fitchburg 



Thomas Ehnstrom 
Otter River Road 
Templeton 



Raymond Denis 
81 Ryan Street 
Gardner 




John Eriksson 

11 Williams Street 

Fitchburg 



Craig Flanagan 
8 Birch Street 
Gardner 




Stanley L. Harris 
4 Gardner Place 
Leominster 




NICE SCHOOL 



Russell Jones 

88 North Common 

Westminster 



Patrick Kelly 

20 Dartmouth Street 

Fitchburg 



Matthew McDermott 
40 Snow Street 
Fitchburg 





Susan McGurn 
79 Parker Street 
Fitchburg 





Elizabeth M. Pinder 
72 Arlington Street 
Leominster 



Mark Noel 

212 Spring Street 

Winchendon 





Patricia Pichette 
19 Roche Ave. 
Leominster 



Christinee Rajaniemi 
164 State Road 
Westminster 




Bruce Royal 

28 Summit Street 

Orange 




Welcome To The 
Mickey Mouse Club 



Richard Sails 
Kenwood Drive 
Rutland 




Secretarial 




Maryann Ledgard 
131 Wellington S 
Athol 




Gail Bakstran 

136 Belmont Street 

Fitchburg 




Cynthia Cocci 

131 Colburn Street 

Leominster 



Pamela Darcy 
11 Fitch Hill Ave. 
Fitchburg 




Valerie Fantozzi 
121 Beech Street 
Fitchburg 





Pamela Frye 
154 Pearl Road 
Fitchburg 



Ruth Giammalvo 
95 Sargent Road 
Westminster 






Karen Hastings 
36 Starrett Ave. 
Athol 




Maureen Hayne 
157 Harugari Street 
Athol 






Kathleen Hayne 
157 Harugari Street 
Athol 



Eileen Holland 
9 Prospect Street 
Lowell 



Maureen Judd 
152 South Street 
Lowell 



Pamela Keaveny 
89 Temple Street 
Fitchburg 






Kertu Maki 

157 Marshall St. 

Fitchburg 



Betty Ann Kozlowski 
146 Coleman Street 
Gardner 




Patricia A. Lamarine 
254 Laural Street 
Fitchburg 




Kathleen Lowe 
75 Bay Berry Hill 
Townsend 




Maureen O'Dea 
134 Summer Street 
Fitchburg 




Marie Ricci 

22 Leighton Street 

Fitchburg 















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Fern E. Riley 
790 Mass. Ave, 
Lunenburg 




What do you mean the game isn't today? 





Helene Salonen 
Box 22 Main Street 
Ashburnham 



Linda Sundholm 
29 Graham Street 
Gardner 



Patricia Vaillette 
42 Smith Street 
Fitchburg 



Margaret Winters 
75 East Road 
Westminster 





Engineering Technology 




Kenneth Johnson 
276 Pleasant Street 
Orange 




William Briggs 
41 Douglas Ave. 
Leominster 



Wayne Cheries 
34 Clark Road 
Fitchburg 




Wayne Kimball 
36 Rogers Ave. 
Orange 



Richard Fredette 
73 N Common Road 
Westminster 




Peter Landry 
152 Main Street 
Otter River 




Louis Marien 

1 14 Laurel Street 

Fitchburg 






Herbert Phelps, Jr. 
80 East Road 
Westminster 



OUR EDITOR 



James Gray 

106 Hartwell Ave. 

Littleton 




Thomas Specht 
RFD 1 Blake Corn 
Phillipston 



Public Communications 




Alfred Gallant 
131 Regan Street 
Gardner 






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WE RECOGNIZE THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS AS MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1970 

(PHOTOS NOT AVAILABLE) 



Armstrong, Joseph R. 
Arsenault, Lawrence 
Aubuchon, Sandra 
Babineau, John E. 
Baker, Ronald 
Barrett, William F. 
Bergeron, Francis E. 
Berube, James 
Bizzotto, Michael 
Boucher, Nancy 
Boucher, Roger 
Brideau, Joseph 
Brideau, Paul 
Brown, Gerald 
Brown, Kenneth 
Burns, Robert 
Cali, Donna 
Camire, Paul 
Cannata, Joseph 
Capone, William 
Carroll, David 
Cassidy, John 
Caswell, Richard 
Charles, George Jr. 
Christopher, Paul 
Chrost, Thomas 
Collins, Frederick 
Cormier, Norman 
Cormier, Richard 
Cosgrove, Thomas 
Costopoulos, Charles 
Damon, Donald 
Debasitis, Gloria 
Decelle, Marjorie 
Dembek, Michael 
Desaulniers, Dennis 
Dextraze, Edward 
Donaldson, Stephen 
Dondero, Arthur 
Doucet, Wayne 
Earle, Michael 
Elmer, Kenneth 
Forbes, John 
Fournier, Arthur 
French, Jon 
Fruit, John 



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Garcia, Ismael Jr. 
Garrigan, Paul 
Gauthier, Leonard 
Girling, Linda 
Goad, Grace 
Godsoe, William 
Gough, David B. 
Gould, Stephen 
Gravelle, Alfred 
Graves, William 
Griffin, James 
Guercio, Joseph 
Harding, Hope 
Hargraves, James 
Harrison, James 
Hebert, David 
Hebert, Elizabeth 
Hedlund, Walter 
Hedstrom, Douglas 
Hier, Randall 
Houle, Paul 
Ingemi, Antonio 
Jefferson, Susan 
Jerszyk, Jeffrey 
Jones, Willie 
Kahwajy, Munir 
Kemp, Virginia 
Kleczka, John 
Labrack, Kenneth 
Lamb, Joseph 
Lashua, Herbert 
Latini, Paul 
Lawton, Elwyn 
LeBlanc, Claude 
Lemieux, Raymond 
Lepiesza, Walter E., Jr. 
Liakos, Arthur 
Magnusson, Steven 
Marien, Therese 
Marshall, David 
Martin, Roger 
Mason, Stephen 
May, Lance 
McCaffrey, Mark M. 

McCarthy, Daniel 
McQuade, Susan 



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Milbury, Mary 
Moison, Jerry 
Monette, Dale R. 
Mosco, Robert J. Jr. 
Motyka, Charles 
Murray, William 
Nass, Francis 
Nikitas, Peter 
Ott, Abigail 
Panagiotes, Paul T. 
Parmenter, Peter 
Perla, Steven 
Pomerleau, Denis 
Porell, Patricia 
Ragusa, Joseph 
Raposa, Joseph 
Richard, John P. 
Richards, Jedd 
Robichaud, Brian 
Robichaud, Vincent 
Robitaille, James P. 
Rogers, Diana 
Roy, Robert 
Roy, Stephen V. 



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Roy, Susan 
Sakelaris, John 
Scaficchia, James 
Schumann, Gary 
Schwarzel, Barry 
Snowgren, Shari 
Spinelli, David 
Sullivan, Kathryn 
Sylvester, Charles 
Tata, Kenneth 
Tata, Thomas R. 
Tiernan, Susan 
Tkaczyk, Allan 
Treagy, Robert D. 
Tusia, James 
Tyler, William 
Upton, Sandra 
Valade, Jane 
Valois, David 
Verrecchia, Anthony 
Waddell, Carol 
Warfield, Robert 
Whitney, Susan J. 
Young, Ralph 



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have no fami- 

|em presents. The 

contain cigarette 

nuts, fountain 

/ettes. 

gift packages con- 

rge gift and smaller 

_ playing cards, cig- 

and candies — were 

\eteran hospitals. Oth- 

plude: 14 fruit cakes, 

Christmas music, 

hard candy, 4ft, 

scrlptlons to the 

Post, and etv- 

edltion books. 

' Cross will furn- 

rJth 100 Chrlst- 

aing fount- 

».rettes, and 

ed polnset- 

inior group 

" x as cards 



[ght sefice will be held In 
Christ Episcopal Church Wedn«s- 
[day night beginning at 10:30, with 
'special seasonal music to be fol- 
lowed at 11 o'clock by observance 
of the Holy Communion. The Right 

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Episco 
Comm 
at 11:15 
lowed by 
including 
Shepherds, 
R. M. Co: 
a. m. Ch 
Communio 
ed, and 
will be re 
ence E 
tor, 
Midnigh 

Mldni^ 
the Sacred »- 
nesd- 
Vinco-. 
leigh', as e 
ral men's 

Christm 
wiU be hel 
o'clock. Hlg 
brated at 11 
dered by 
choir. 

A Christmas 1 
held In Oy 
Church, con/ -" 
dor Kuehn«rw 

On ChristmaV 
candlelight serVs 
and song will be„ ' 
lty Luther ai^«^ 
Musical &fa- '--_ 

Mrs. 7/^C 
and choli v 
the music 
following: 
Adam, by iff 
a duet, "Jeru 
Mrs. W. K 
a trii, "Bethl 
Dlokrnsoa 
P. W 
Lea 
the 



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Homecoming Weekend 



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The Dirty Old Man 
Award goes to 

Annual Winner. . . 
Bob Eaves 





THE QUEEN AND HER COURT 




Jeanne Gregoire, Dyanne Touche He, Elizabeth Whelpley, 
Queen, Janice Kapacziewski, and Christine LeBlanc 





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Freshmen vs. Sophmores 





CHRISTMAS DANCE 







WINTER CARNIVAL 



THE QUEEN and HER COURT 




Janice Bettez, Patricia Morin, 

Lorraine LeBlanc, Queen, Linda Sundholm, 

and Dyanne Touchette 




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HUMANITIES CLUB PRESENTATION 

— CLASS of 1969 





Mary Guichard, Secretary 
Edward LaJoie, Vice President 
Roger Dumont, President 
Jane Burke, Treasurer 
Mr. E. Guy Turcotte, Advisor 




M-W-C-C- BASKETBALL TEAM 




Standing: Joe Faye, Al Tkaczyk, Steve Vaillancourt, Bob Treagy, 
Randy Hier, Peter Nikitas, Jeff Wood, Manager 

Kneeling: Bob Silk, Walter "Bean" Kinneen, Mike Dembek, Bob Mikrut, Bob Greene 











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So that's where the 
basket's been all year! 




HIGHLANDER CHEERLEADERS 



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"It is our ripeness and 
our fullness of heart that we are 
given to the wind and our scattered." 




Tony Woo 

Hong Kong, China 




THANK YOU MR. EAVES 



FOR BEING YOU! 






lllount Wacliusett Community Co|la.aa, 



Allen Wright 



presents 





Valerie Koutrakos 



Al Tkaczyk 







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APRIL 16,17,18 
CHESTNUT STREET 

METHODIST CHURCH 

GARDNER, MASS. 

8.30 P.M. 




GENERAL ADMISSION. $2.00 

— i m. 




Miss Dana Anderson *»f*^ 
Director 




Charlie Vail 



Steve 



Zabier 



ck 




"All I said is "What do you think 
of the black power movement?" 





'I'll get that teacher who flunked me!" 



'What room of the buttercup is this? 




"And if you'd have used the 
dissecting kit instead of prying 
the exo skeleton off with a 
bobby pin" 




"And if you like that, Barb 
I've got some yellows we 
can do" 



"Honestly, I didn't know 
tomorrow's exams were 
in this drawer" 




"If you look closely, there 

is a bird sitting on Al Brackett's 

shoulder" 




"If they don't put an elevator 
in next year-I'm quitting" 




'Tame Creme Rinse, Hugh 




"And it only took me 
Three years to grow" 



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What's in the 'Box 





'Yes sir, It's the aesthetic life for me" 



"We're all happy to see Chink finally 
took off his mask" 





"He always grins like that when I give 
him a bite" 





'And tonight Lenny the lip gets it" 



An EARTHY experience! 







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Who' i Wko dn A^cucm 

Janice Bettez, 93 West End Ave., Gardner, Massachusetts 
Wayne Cherries, 34 Clark Rd., Fitchburg, Massachusetts 
William Briggs, 41 Douglas Ave., Leominster, Massachusetts 
Richard Griffin, 209 Leamy Street., Gardner, Massachusetts 

« 

Robert Hall, Box 98 Cross Rd., Lunenburg, Massachusetts 

Elizabeth Harper, 43 Sunnyhill Rd., Lunenburg, Massachusetts 

Ken Jones, 89 Maverick Street., Fitchburg, Massachusetts 

Patrick Kelley, 20 Dartmouth St., Fitchburg, Massachusetts 

Peter Landry, 152 Main St., Otter River, Massachusetts 

Frank Nass, 1143 Main St., Leominster, Massachusetts 

Steven Roy, 29 Church St., Westminster, Massachusetts 

John Sakelaris, 78 Varney St., Lowell, Massachusetts 

Thomas Specht, 1 Blake Corner Rd., Phillipston, Massachusetts 

Janice Magliacane, 59 Chelsea St., Gardner, Massachusetts 

Marsha Russell, 40 Westminster St., Ashburnham, Massachusetts 

Cliff Lupien, 40 Linden St., Winchendon, Massachusetts 

Jeanne Gregoire, 119 State St., Berlin, N. H. 

Kathleen Lowe, 75 Bay Berry Hill, Townsend, Massachusetts 





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EPILOGUE 

Friendship redoubleth joy 
and cutteth grief 
in half." 



Francis Bacon